Juventus defeated Sampdoria, took their second league win in a row and climbed into the top half of Serie A.
Paulo Dybala shot into the lower corner after 10 minutes, but left the pitch in tears shortly after after sustaining an injury.
Leonardo Bonucci doubled the hosts’ lead with a penalty, but Maya Yoshida’s header made it 2-1 before the break.
Manuel Locatelli hit the winning goal when Juventus moved on after Antonio Candreva’s belated reaction.
Juventus celebrated their first Serie A win of the season last time, beating Spezia 3-2 from behind in a game that coach Massimiliano Allegri called “relegation six”.
Two points from their first four games had left Juventus in the bottom three, but successive wins have put Allegri’s side ninth in the early table.